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So, what have you written?
I primarily write m/m and m/m/m romances, with an occasional m/f in genres from historical to science fiction, often tossing paranormal into the mix. I currently have n novels or novelettes; eleven listed with Painted Hearts Publishing, formally Dark Hallows Books, and two more along with those on amazon. Amazon has them catalogued all over the place for some reason so it takes some looking.
How many books to your series? (if it is a series)
With the release of Beast Betrayed, it’s number four with number five a wip.
Do you think that giving books away free works and why?
If you mean to increase sales, I’ve never noticed a marked increase. That doesn’t mean I don’t give them away, but I’ve given coupons for free ebooks at conventions that are never claimed, and as to why? I have no idea.
How has your writing evolved since your first book?
If you’d seen my first writings, you would never need to ask this question. I learned having the story in your head and getting it on paper is not the same thing. I started writing with pen and paper, and the first edit I received discouraged me to the point I tossed the papers aside, declaring I couldn’t learn all that stuff. It took several days before I picked the pages up, looked past the red marks, and discovered it wasn’t as bad as I first thought. Most were for the same things, over and over. I started learning then, and I hope I never stop.
Is there a certain type of scene that’s harder for you to write than any others? Love? Action? Romance? Tragedy?
I don’t think so. I may have trouble getting the flow for a scene of one type in one instance and not in another. It would be wonderful if all scenes flowed without struggle, but that doesn’t always happen. Many times I have to ‘step away’ and take a rest. Forced results in stilted wordage, and I’d just have to do it over again.
What do you think makes your book stand out from the crowd?
Strong, likeable characters, intricate plots that keep your interest and keep you reading. I also write a little outside the box and don’t rely on formulas.
Latest Book Release
Beast Betrayed, Black Mesa, book 4
Daniel thought Brand was joking when he talked of vampires, until one, burning up from the sun, ran into the barn. Raymond begged for help to save a child, saying Isaac, a previous acquaintance of Brand’s, had given his name. When Brand was taken, Daniel didn’t know why or which of the two had betrayed them. Alone, he didn’t know who to trust, only that he had to save his mate, but could he? Could he survive losing Brand if he failed? Not willing to take the chance, he called on friends and even foes for help. Wolves against vampires. Who will win?
A Beast of Vengeance , Black Mesa, book one
Blurb The cop in Daniel recognized Wolf as a predator and knew he was dangerous…but he couldn’t stay away from the only man who ever attracted him
Had he ever read the man wrong! He’d thought he’d seen interest in the gaze of ice blue eyes sweeping over him. The reception he got instead told him he better be damned careful, and he flinched when the big man leaned toward him and sniffed. Sniffed? What the hell was that? What the hell was he smiling about?
“If you want a bust, try the guy on the end. He’s a pimp. He’ll either chase you out of his territory, beat the hell out of you for invading, or…” His eyes traveled over Daniel’s face, down and back up from his chest behind a too tight T-shirt to his crotch and the cutoff jeans he wore so short his balls peeked out if he wasn’t careful in how he moved or sat. “…cold cock you and force you into his stable. You better have good backup.”
“I ain’t no cop.”
The man turned back to face his drink. “So you say, kid.”
“I’m not—” He bit the words back, nearly forgetting his cover in an instant reaction to how young he looked. As far as his appearance went, he’d been stuck in puberty since he was sixteen years old. A sore spot for Daniel and the bastard taunting him smiled at that too. “Who the hell are you?”
“No one who is any of your business.”
“I doubt that.” Predator popped into Daniel’s mind. The man was a predator.
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